Rams-Bucs Preview From St. Louis Perspective

October 23rd, 2010

Former Rams vice president of player personnel Tony Softli and Cliff Saunders of WXOS-FM in St. Louis discuss the Rams-Bucs game Sunday. In this video, you will learn what “SJ39” means.

8 Responses to “Rams-Bucs Preview From St. Louis Perspective”

  1. Fire Greg Olson! Says:

    If the Rams offense is as unimaginative as Tony Softli (Seriously, that’s his last name? Softly?), then we’ll have no problem. How many times was that guy gonna refer to S. Jackson as “SJ39”? Has anyone ever heard of “SJ39”? You know this is gonna be on the INTERNET, right Tony?

    Oh and please, throw at Talib. Yes, the guy has been feast or famine on big throws down the field, especially in the corners, but I’ll take Talib over Bradford and whoever hasn’t ended their year at WR on the Rams, yet. I don’t see Marty “I have seashells braided into my hair like a little girl” Gillyard getting off on Talib (God, I hope I didn’t just jinx him there).

    And Tony, who sports the walrus-stache like Mike Holmgren, should note that even though Bradford is 3-3, he’s yet to win on the road. I was looking forward to watching the St. Louis perspective, because often those who know the team best are most pessimistic (as people tend to be on this site), but I can’t believe that they didn’t mention that the Rams haven’t won on the road. I’m as impressed with Bradford as anybody, but beating a Chargers team, at home, decimated with injuries doesn’t exactly stack up to some of the wins that Freeman has under his belt (GB, NO, CINCY)

    All that being said, this will be a tough game. We’re rebuilding, which means we CAN’T pencil in any W’s.

  2. architek79 Says:

    Sounded fairly balanced and unbiased to me.

  3. abadabagoogafoo Says:

    Pretty good video. There are a couple of points they made that I don’t agree with. I don’t think they’ve done very much research on our corners. One of the guys basically said that Talib is getting beat in every phase of the game. That is completely false. He’s giving up a TD a game, yes…but that is only one play. He’s an interception machine and with the exception of about one play per game, he’s covering his man like a pro bowler. He definitely needs to be more consistent though. He’s most certainly not getting beat in every phase of the game. He said nearly the same thing about Barber too. Barber is playing extremely well…especially for his age. And this guy has to consider that we have ABSOLUTELY NO PASS RUSH.

    Another thing is that the guy on the right said our offensive coordinator was Jagodzinski (I think he said that). We all know that’s not true. Other than those things, I thought it was a pretty good video. Didn’t seem biased to me.

  4. gitarlvr Says:

    Maybe you guys should watch the video again. They did clearly mention that the Rams haven’t won on the road. They made a big deal about it. They also did not say Jagodzinski was coordinator. They said he was fired.

  5. abadabagoogafoo Says:


    No, the guy on the right said Jeff Jagodzinski was our offensive coordinator. Watch the video. Here’s what he said- “You mentioned their offensive coordinator…I just like saying the guy’s name, Jeff Jagodzinski.”

    Again, it was a good video. There were just a couple of things that were off.

  6. Westcoastbucsfan Says:

    Did nobody catch it when he said that we struggled against Carolina’s run game? Deangelo Williams and Jonathan Stewart had less than 100 yards COMBINED. I don’t think these guys are VERY knowledgeable about the Bucs and I found it to be quite biased.

  7. Leroy Buttermilk Says:

    Gilbert Brown was a sack machine, Reggie White was a sack machine, Warren Sapp was a sack machine, John Randle was a sack machine this D line has got to get @ Bradford what happened to teen wolf he’s not living up 2 his expectations

  8. admin Says:

    Joe here,

    Westcoastbucsfan – To be fair, the Panthers ran the ball pretty well, they just gave up on it.